from headquarters Now is the Time to Nominate Your Colleagues for AMS Awards or Election to Fellow Ne w Procedures and Deadlines in Place that highlights the nominee's major accomplishments and contributions to the field, a two-page curriculum The Society depends on nominations submitted by vita for the nominee, and up to three additional letters of support for the nomination. As with Fellow the membership to create the pool of candidates from nominations, the nominations for AMS awards will which AMS Fellows are elected and AMS award win- be considered for three years if the candidate is not ners are selected. The 1 May 2001 deadline for nomi- chosen sooner. nations is approaching so it is time to think about colleagues who are worthy of one of these honors and The required nomination forms for AMS awards take action on their behalf. and election to AMS Fellow can be obtained from To nominate a colleague for election to the grade AMS Headquarters and are also available for down- of AMS Fellow, a two-page nomination form needs load on the AMS Web site (choose the "Members to be completed. It is encouraged that up to three let- Page" from the "Membership" link off the opening page at http://www.ametsoc.org/AMS). ters of support that supplement the nomination form be secured from others who know the candidate well. For both Fellow and award nominations, it is best Only current AMS members can be elected to the to make your nominations without informing the in- grade of Fellow. A nomination that is unsuccessful dividual you nominate. This avoids disappointment if will be held and reconsidered for up to two more years. they are not selected, and since all nominations are To nominate an individual for one of the many considered for three years, a nomination made this year that is unsuccessful may still be successful in a sub- AMS awards, the following is required: a completed sequent year. • one-page nomination form, a letter of up to two pages Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 46 7
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Mar 1, 2001
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